The release of a critical report by the State Department’s inspector general on Hillary Clinton’s email practices answers questions that have lingered since last March — and raises new ones.Continue reading
No federal agencies should be exempted from the requirements of the law in a wholesale. Erasing our requirement for public meetings isn’t an option.Continue reading
The Federal Communications Commission's release of consumer complaint data is a step in the right direction, but it falls far short of the transparency and accountability full disclosure would bring.Continue reading
The U.S. Department of the Interior is effectively ignoring six attempts by the Federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Ombudsman to mediate FOIA requests dating back to February 2015.Continue reading
Here are Sunlight's suggestions to make the Department of Justice more open and transparent.Continue reading
- The Federal Election Commission mulled over its options to curb foreign political money and chose to punt until ...
TOP NEWS: An analysis of federal campaign finance reports by the Washington Post found that 41 percent of the money ...Continue reading
This morning, we saw positive signs on the long road to baking open data into the way the federal government functions and discloses information to the people it serves.Continue reading